Local Moordown resident Damien Farney has called for action against the consistent issue of dog mess in and around the Bournemouth area.
The growth of UK music festivals is something that cannot be questioned. Almost every summer, new day festivals start up all around the country and these have both positive and negative effects on the industry. Whether it’s matching up against a long established event or trying something totally new, there’s a festival for […]
So now you’ve read, watched and listened why not get involved? Have your say about UK music festivals and see whether you match up to everyone else around the country.
Barney Beauchamp is a music production student at Bournemouth University who is creating a new day festival with his brother. They crowdfunded the event and are in the midst of planning it for 2017. I spoke to Barney about what goes into creating your own event and how he got involved.
It’s 1970 and The Kinks play to a crowd of 1500 people at “Pop Folk & Blues Festival” at Worthy Farm, where tickets are a mere £1. One year later and the event changes its name to ‘Glastonbury Fair’ and the rest is history. Connor McLoone investigates the future of UK music festivals. […]
The perception of the male body and what is perceived as normal has changed. Alongside female issues regarding image pressure, the male equivalent emerges into the limelight from a different angle. As an ever growing media scrutinises and manipulates the definition of society’s image, we see an emphasis on the exterior rather than the interior […]